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Social Media: An 18-Year Old’s Perspective

A look at how young people use social media, and how it’s taking over our lives.

Social media has become a huge part of our day-to-day lives. Whether you choose to use it for business, catching up with family, friends and celebrities, education, news or anything in-between; the last ten years have seen social platforms grow into something…




Tech, digital, and innovation, at the intersection with policy, government, and social good.

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Joe McCormick

Joe McCormick

Joe McCormick is a 20-year old journalist, writer, podcast host, radio show host and content creator that writes about Formula 1 and his other interests.

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